Volume 96, Issue 11
Tuesday September 17, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday September 17, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

MOVIE REVIEW: Stealing Harvard

A letter to our friend Jason Lee

Dear Jason,

It's been a while since we last talked and obviously things aren't for the better. Have you been having problems at home? Did you lose your money in WorldCom stock? Something must be wrong, otherwise you wouldn't be appearing in a third-rate movie like Stealing Harvard.



TRAILER REVIEW: The Transporter

Watching the uber-cool trailer for the new action flick The Transporter, one thing kept going through my mind: "Why the hell am I watching the trailer when the movie was scheduled to open last Friday?".



MOVIE REVIEW: One Hour Photo

Sy Parrish (Robin Williams) is a photo developer at the local Sav-Mart department store. He gets along well with customers, wears a smile, always has a joke for the kids and seems no different than your average retail employee; he is "Sy The Photo Guy."

When it comes to mental health, however, he is a few snapshots short of an album, and that is where One Hour Photo begins its examination of this disturbed, yet sympathetic character.



Where's Chip?: Mainstream punk?

I'd be a liar if I said part of my original attraction to punk-rock had nothing to do with the "fuck the mainstream" mentality a certain elitist feeling telling me everyone else just doesn't get it (whatever "it" is).

So, it's particularly difficult for me to fathom why so many punk bands are swimming into the mainstream.



CD REVIEW: Jimmy Fallon

The comedy album was a popular concept in the '60s and '70s, when stars like Bill Cosby and Steve Martin sold millions of records. Now Saturday Night Live's Jimmy Fallon debuts his own mix of original songs and live stand-up material in The Bathroom Wall.



CD REVIEW: The Derek Trucks Band

The album Joyful Noise by The Derek Trucks Band is their first release with Columbia Records. They have had three prior albums and have been together for almost 10 years.



CD REVIEW: Vex Red

After listening to this album, the first question you might ask yourself is: "Why haven't I heard of Vex Red before?"

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